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Twenty Plus Two
Twenty Plus Two (a.k.a. "It Started in Tokyo") is a 1961 American film noir directed by Joseph M. Newman and starring David Janssen, Jeanne Crain, and Dina Merrill.[1] The film adapted Frank Gruber's 1961 novel of the same title.[2] Janssen portrays Tom Alder, an investigator looking into the murder of a movie star's fan club secretary, and its possible connection to a missing heiress who had disappeared many years earlier. Crain plays Linda Foster, an old love of Alder's who re-enters his life, competing with her friend Nicki Kovacs (Merrill) as she tries to win him back. Agnes Moorehead and William Demarest appear in support roles, each for only one scene with Janssen.


Twenty Two (The Twilight Zone)
"Twenty Two" is episode 53 of the American television series The Twilight Zone. The story was adapted by Rod Serling from a short anecdote in the 1944 Bennett Cerf Random House anthology Famous Ghost Stories,[1] which itself was an adaptation of "The Bus-Conductor," a short story by E. F. Benson published in The Pall Mall Magazine in 1906. One of six episodes shot on videotape in a short-lived experiment aimed to cut costs. Liz Powell, a professional dancer, is hospitalized for exhaustion. She suffers a vivid recurring nightmare in which she is awakened in her hospital room by the loud ticking of a clock. She knocks a glass of water to the floor, shattering it, then follows the sound of footsteps into the hall. She sees a nurse, half hidden in shadow, descend to the basement in the elevator. She follows the nurse down and finds the hospital morgue, room 22
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22 (album)

22 is the only studio album made but never released by the Leeds band Kaiser Chiefs under their previous band name, Parva. It was due to be released on the Mantra Recordings label, which was closed by its owner Beggars Banquet prior to the release date. Four singles were released from the album, "Heavy", "Good Bad, Right Wrong", "Television" and "Hessles".[1] The Prince Of Wales mentioned in the lyrics of "Heavy" is a pub in Leeds. The band chose the name Parva by shortening the original band name of Runston Parva, which is a misspelling of Ruston Parva, a village in the East Riding of Yorkshire.[
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22 (Sarah McTernan Song)
"22" is a song by Irish singer Sarah McTernan. It represented Ireland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Tel Aviv, Israel,[1] but failed to qualify to grand final,[2] finishing last in second semi final and the overall contest. The song represented Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019, after Sarah McTernan was internally selected by the Irish broadcaster. On 28 January 2019, a special allocation draw was held which placed each country into one of the two semi-finals, as well as which half of the show they would perform in. Ireland was placed into the second semi-final, to be held on 16 May 2019, and was scheduled to perform in the first half of the show. Once all the competing songs for the 2019 contest had been released, the running order for the semi-finals was decided by the shows' producers rather than through another draw, so that similar songs were not placed next to each other. Ireland performed in position 2
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22 (Lily Allen Song)
"22" is a song by British recording artist Lily Allen from her second studio album, It's Not Me, It's You. Written by Allen and Greg Kurstin, the song was released as the fourth international single of the album, but the third in the United Kingdom, after it was decided not to promote "Fuck You" there. It was released to the music market on 24 August 2009 by Regal Recordings, though a different version called "22 (Vingt Deux)" was released in France. Contemporary critics were mixed in their reviews of the song, some complimenting the rousing sound and the lyrics, which hide her maturity. The single peaked inside the top twenty of the charts of the UK Singles Chart, in Ireland, the Netherlands and Australia, giving the singer her third consecutive top twenty hit in both countries. The accompanying music video portrayed a self-reflection theme, Allen taking a view over her past-self in the mirror and realising her life was wasted on superficial matters
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22, A Million
22, A Million is the third studio album by American indie folk band Bon Iver, released on September 30, 2016.[3] It was recorded in Justin Vernon's April Base studio in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and marked a shift in the band's sound, incorporating elements of electronic music and hip-hop production, and making extensive use of samples, synths, brass instruments, and effects. Vernon has stated that many of the sounds on the record were created and manipulated using a Teenage Engineering OP-1 synthesizer, along with software designed specially for the band by Chris Messina dubbed the "Messina". On August 28, 2016, all but one of the ten tracks were made available after an error occurred on Apple Music in Denmark
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AD 22

AD 22 (XXII) was a common year starting on Thursday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Agrippa and Galba (or, less frequently, year 775 Ab urbe condita). The denomination AD 22 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years.

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